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PG&E Engineer Testifies About Pipeline Safety RecordsA senior PG&E engineer testified at the utility's criminal trial in federal court that he never knowingly violated regulations.
San Francisco Bicycle, Pedestrian Advocates Call For Safer Streets After Cyclist DeathsBicyclist and pedestrian advocates called for action in the wake of the deaths of two cyclists on city streets last week.
Livermore Police Officer Latest To Be Placed On Leave Amid Sex ScandalA Livermore police officer alleged to be among the 30-plus Bay Area law enforcement officials who had a sexual relationship with a sex worker, known as Celeste Guap, has been placed on administrative leave.
Predatory, High-APR Lending Booms In CaliforniaPredatory, high-APR lending in California is booming. A state report found that most loans issued by non-bank financial companies between $2,500 and $5,000 had annual percentage rates of 100 percent or higher.
San Francisco's New Police Recruits Will Get Body-Worn CamerasSan Francisco’s newest crop of police recruits will be the first officers to be issued body-worn cameras.
House Bill Takes Aim At Excessive Photoshopping In AdvertisementsA San Francisco-based company is trying to make models look more real supporting legislation that aims to rein-in excessive photoshopping in ads.
Diesel-Powered BART Trains Unveiled For East Bay ExtensionTransit officials unveiled a new line of diesel-powered BART trains Thursday that will be deployed when the system arrives in the growing city of Antioch.
Second Victim In Tuesday Shooting Near San Jose State DiesThe second victim who was injured in a shooting near San Jose State University Tuesday afternoon died on Thursday, according to police.
Neighbor Chases Down Hit-And-Run Driver Who Struck Teen Boy In DublinA 17-year-old boy took his dog for a walk and ended up in the hospital with serious injuries after a hit-and-run crash in the East Bay.
Fire Crews Quickly Contain 2-Alarm Fire On Grizzly PeakFirefighters were quickly able to contain a two-alarm grass fire on Grizzly Peak, an Oakland fire dispatcher said.
East Palo Alto Raid Nets 600 Pounds Of Illegal Fireworks Law enforcement officers seized 600 pounds of fireworks Thursday morning from an East Palo Alto man suspected of dealing them ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, police said.
Contra Costa Animal Services Mistakenly Euthanized Two DogsContra Costa County Animal Services is investigating why two dogs were mistakenly euthanized after local rescue groups proposed saving the animal earlier this month, a department spokesman said Thursday.

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